Discipline is the law of nature. Without it, nothing works. Inculcating discipline amongst children is the most significant aspect of education not confined to school alone. Parents, too, must co-operate with the school in observing these norms:
  1. Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence from school, habitual late coming, leaving the school premises without permission, disobedience and any type of unruly and objectionable behavior are considered to be grave acts of indiscipline on the part of a student which can lead to his/her expulsion from the school.
  2. Students on their way to and from the school are expected to deport themselves in a responsible manner. Being on the road in any mode of transport entails caution, care and attention to safety rules.
  3. Students who expect to reach home late after the school due to personal reasons must inform their parents/guardian in advance.
  4. Students are expected to take proper care of the school property. It is there for their convenience. They should not break any item of furniture and fixtures within the school.
  5. They should not write, scratch or engrave graffiti on desks, chairs and other surfaces.
  6. They should not damage or remove things belonging to other students.
  7. Damage done even by accident must be reported at once to the Principal/Headmistress/Class Teacher. Anyone who notices something damaged must report the matter to any of the personnel mentioned above.
  8. If a student causing damage to the school property is identified, he/she will be charged with a fine.
  9. In the event of collective damage to school property in a classroom, the entire class occupying that classroom will be charged the cost of the damages.
  10. The school is not to be held responsible for the loss of personal belongings. It is not advisable for students to bring valuables to the school.
  11. Parents are requested not to give more than Rs 50/- to their ward .If for some reason, he has to bring more, written information must be sent to the class teacher.
  12. Running and shouting in the school premises is not allowed. While using staircases and corridors, all must keep to the left. Loitering in the lobby and the office areas is strictly forbidden even during recess.
  13. Students are strictly forbidden from purchasing eatables from unauthorized vendors/hawkers near the school premises
  14. No money collection for any purpose is allowed to be made in the school without prior permission of the Principal.
  15. At the end of 1st summative assessments the students are issued their report cards which are to be signed by their Parents/Guardians within three days of the receipt of the card and return to the school.
  16. Bus monitors and teacher escorts are responsible for orderly behavior in the bus. They must ensure that only those students who hold a valid bus pass are travelling in the bus. Any unruly and in disciplined behavior while travelling in the bus will result in expulsion from the bus facility.
  17. It is compulsory for all students to attend the assembly.
  18. All our students should observe high standards in their general get up, deportment and conduct.
  19. Use of foul and unparliamentarily language is a punishable offence.
  20. In order to acquire competency in spoken English, all students must converse in English while they are in school.
  21. Using unfair means in a test or examination is a grave offence. A student who is found using unfair means will be awarded zero in the subject and will be issued a strict warning. Repetition of the same offence will result in his/her expulsion from the school.
  22. Students are not permitted to carry cellular phones and pagers to the school. They are not allowed to use school phone without permission. They cannot be called to the school offices to attend to phone calls during school hours. However, in case of emergency, the telephone in the office may be used by the students.
  23. Students are not allowed to drive motorized vehicles such as cars, scooters and motorcycles within or outside the school.
  24. A student indulging in any act of indiscipline could be given severe punishment, as severe as suspension/rustication from the school.

Promotion Policy

There is no formal examination system for these Early Childhood Education Classes. A system of continuous evaluation is adopted and at the end year, as far as possible, all children are promoted to the next higher class.
Classes I, II, III, IV & V
Even for these classes, the objective of assessment is to monitor a child’s level of development without comparing with others. Through continous evaluation, a comprehensive profile of his/ her performance is assimilated and conveyed to the parents. The assessment is recorded in  ‘Grades’ instead of ‘percentage’ to eliminate the negative factor inherent in the ranking system.
It will be appropriate to mention here parental participation in this system is of paramount importance. They should attend  PTM regularly to share their views and should also assist the school in organizing extra-curricular activities for these classes.
Classes VI, VII & VIII
The pass percentage in each subject for these classes is 40%. The General Science subject comprising Physics, Chemistry and Biology is an integrated one and the aggregate of these should be 40%. The same applies to Social Science comprising History, Geography, Economics and Civics. The pass percentage in the third language (Sanskrit or any other) is also  40%. Computer Education is treated as an academic subject and the marks obtained in the subject are reflected in the cards along with other subjects.
Since Art Education, Work Experience and Physical Education are compulsory components of the curriculum for these classes, students must score a passing grade in Art, Music, Dance, Physical Education and any other work experience based activity introduced by the school from time to time.
Assessment Structure for the academic year 2018-19 for classes I- VIII
I   Scholastic Area                                                                  –        Total 100 Marks
  Written Assessment                                                                                     –          80 Marks
   Internal Assessment includes                                                                  –          20 Marks
(i) Internal assessment includes Periodic Test                                     –           10 Marks
(ii) Maintenance and updation of notebooks                                      –            5 Marks
  1. Subject Enrichment & Oral Work – 5 Marks
  2. PERIODIC TEST: Two periodic written tests in the entire academic year. The school have the autonomy to make its own schedule. However for the purpose of gradient learning two tests may be held as one being before each term.The gradually increasing portion of contents would prepare students acquire confidence for appearing the Annaul Exam with complete syllabus.
II Notebook submission(5 marks)
Notebook submission as a part of internal assessment is aimed at enhancing seriousness of students towards preparing notes for the topics being taught in the  classroom as well as assignments.This also addresses the critical aspect of regularity ,punctuality ,neatness and notebook up keep.
III Subject Enrichment Activities and oral work
These are subject specific application activities aimed at enrichment of the understanding and skill development.These activities are to be recorded internally by respective subject teachers.The aim and stress on oral work at primary level is to develop confidence and communicating skills and to help children in taking to their immediate environment in a positive manner.